I don't think there is something special in eggs that caused these results. So the quote above is misleading in that regard.
It is more of a factor of a lower carb/pro ratio, as well as higher fats. But whether you got your pro/fat from eggs or another source, likely would not make a major difference on satiety.
There are some exceptions, but the most important component is the carb/pro ratio and fat content, regardless of food source - again, from a satiety perspective.
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